Marshall Bail Bonds

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A Freedom Bail Bond 804 E Grand Ave Marshall TX 75670 903-938-2188


Allen Bail Bonds 306 West Houston Street Marshall TX 75670 903-938-9596

Alonzos Bail Bonding 106 Fisher Drive Marshall TX 75670 903-938-3834

Barry Lovely Bail Bonds 501 University Ave Marshall TX 75670 903-927-2300

Best Bail Bonds 200 East Rusk Street Marshall TX 75670 903-938-2828

Bull Dog Bail Bonds 401 West Grand Avenue Marshall TX 75670 903-935-2251

Cowboy Bail Bonds 558 Country Ln Marshall TX 75672 903-923-0800

Double Ts Bail Bonding Services 3770 Farm to Market Road 968 Marshall TX 75670 903-938-0405

Fast Response Bail Bonds 600 East End Boulevard South Marshall TX 75670 903-923-9211

Jackson Bail Bonding 2000 Billups St Marshall TX 75670 903-938-3290

Mr Ts Bail Bonds Farm Road 968 West Marshall TX 75670 903-938-9197

Paulas Bail Bonds 204 East Rusk Street Marshall TX 75670 903-935-6545

AA Bailbonds 1350 Fm 134 Jefferson TX 75657 15.5 miles from Marshall 903-665-2211

AAAh Bail Bonds 2199 State Highway 49 Jefferson TX 75657 15.5 miles from Marshall 903-672-2224

Fast Action Bail Bonds 107 N Walcott St Jefferson TX 75657 15.5 miles from Marshall 903-665-7500

Prime Bail Bonds State Highway 59 S Jefferson TX 75657 15.5 miles from Marshall 903-665-2245

Bulldog Bail Bonds 509 Magnolia Drive Jefferson TX 75657 16.0 miles from Marshall 903-665-1123

Moores Bail Bonds 3306 South Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Longview TX 75602 22.0 miles from Marshall 903-753-4322

Smittys Bail Bonds 3311 South Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Longview TX 75602 22.0 miles from Marshall 903-758-1474

A Fast Action Bail Bonds 428 North Fredonia Street Longview TX 75601 22.5 miles from Marshall 903-753-5620

About Bail Bonds

A bail bond is a signed promise by a defendant to pay an amount assigned by the court if the defendant fails to appear for his or her trial. Bail bonds are used in both criminal and civil courts.

Once a defendant signs a bail bond, he or she is released from police custody until the trial. If the defendant fails to appear, the court will issue a warrant for the defendant's arrest and the amount of the bond will be forfeited to the court.